Wordless Wednesday: father and daughter

On the back of the photo, my mum has written that it was taken on my 21st. I don't remember this, but am grateful for the photo - one of very few taken with my dad.

On the back of the photo, my mum has written that it was taken on my 21st. I don’t remember this, but am grateful for the photo – one of very few taken with my dad.

 

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20 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: father and daughter

  1. Always so special to have a photo like this. Dads are so hard to read though and so often have such difficulties with expressing feelings that they can seem so absent, even when they are there.

  2. I think in our generation, fathers had the cameras. I know my mother wasn’t really allowed to take photos (it was always said she’d cut people’d heads off). So if they were the photographers, they weren’t in the shots 😦

  3. You know it is just the same with everything in life.
    You’d think history teaches us at least anything, but no.
    Feel free to disagree but the world changes rapidly, and we have no control over it.
    E.g., imagine Barack had enough balls to put Vladimir to his place, but it seems like it’s not happening, welcome world war.
    A very deep post, thanks!
    Sarah http://phyto-renew350i.com/

    • Sometimes I feel totally overwhelmed by the complexities and catastrophes of the world. It’s a good time to go back to basics; love and family and friends. If we could only remember those things – the stuff that really matters, we’d find it harder to hate and fight and destroy. Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

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